Wildfowl Counts 1947-52
Foreward, Part I, Wildfowl Counts In The British Isles, List of Regional Organisers, Methods Used To Collate The Information Received, Advantages and Disadvantages of the Methods Used To Present Information, How Counters Can Help To Make Their Returns Most Useful, Results And Impressions Gained From The Wildfowl Counts 1948-52, A Summary Of The Information Available On The Present Status Of The Brent Goose In N.W. Europe, Proposed Future Work On The Wildfowl Counts, Part II, The Progress Of Wildfowl Counts In Other Countries, Part III, The Recent Status And Distribution of Wild Geese In North-west Germany (By Jeffrey G Harrison), The International Wildfowl Research Institute, British Wildfowl Inquiry Committee.
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